Adjectives - Adverbial clauses - Adverbs - Articles - Clauses - Complements - Conditional sentences - Conjunctions - Determiners - English alphabet - Gerunds - Infinitives - Negation - Nouns - Parallel structures - Parts of speech - Passive voice - Prepositions - Pronouns - Punctuation - Questions - Question tags - Relative clauses - Reported speech - Sentences - Subject-verb agreement - Tense - Verbs

Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 16 Prepositions

Grade 1 Grammar Lesson 16 PrepositionsGenre/Topic:

What are prepositions?
What are some common prepositions?
What is the difference between ‘on’ and ‘in’?
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Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 9 Adjectives

Grade 2 Grammar Lesson 9 AdjectivesGenre/Topic:

What are adjectives?
When we say ‘green apples’, is green an adjective?
When we say ‘two men’, is two an adjective?
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Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 1 The simple present and the present continuous

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 1 The simple present and the present continuousGenre/Topic:

When do we use the simple present tense?
What is the structure of simple present tense?
When do we use the present continuous tense?
What is the structure of present continuous tense?
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5th Grade Grammar Will Be Going To

5th Grade Grammar Will Be Going To

Will is used to talk about the future in general. Be going to is used to express our intentions and plans, or to say what we have already decided to do. Read on…

3rd Grade Grammar Past Tense Had

3rd Grade Grammar Past Tense HadGenre/Topic: ,

Had is the past form of have. It can have different meanings.
I had a toy. = I owned a toy.
We had dinner. = We ate dinner.
She had a headache. = She suffered from a headache.
They had a meeting. = They held a meeting. Read on…

3rd Grade Grammar Be Going To Verb

3rd Grade Grammar Be Going To VerbGenre/Topic: ,

We use be going to for plans. We also use it when we are sure that something is going to happen in the future.
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1st Grade Grammar Articles 2

1st Grade Grammar Articles 2Genre/Topic:

We use the article “a” before a naming word that starts with a consonant sound.
We use the article “an” before a naming word that starts with a vowel sound.
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Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 2 The past tense

Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 2 The past tenseGenre/Topic:

What is the structure of simple past tense?
When do we use the simple past tense?
What is the structure of past continuous tense?
When do we use the past continuous tense?
What is the structure of past perfect tense?
When do we use the past perfect tense?
What is the structure of past perfect continuous tense?
When do we use the past perfect continuous tense?
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Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 3 State verbs and action verbs

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 3 State verbs and action verbsGenre/Topic: ,

What are state verbs? Are they written in the simple tense or in the continuous tense?
What are action verbs? Are they written in the simple tense or in the continuous tense?
Can a verb act as both an action verb as well as a state verb?
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2nd Grade Grammar Have Got Has Got Possession

2nd Grade Grammar Have Got Has Got PossessionGenre/Topic:

We use have got / has got to describe personal appearance and possessions. We use has got with singular nouns (one in number).
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